Spiral Nature Linkage Friday, 19 January 2018

Magick linkage

Tips on reading tarot. Also check out Donyae Coles’ article, “Tarot beyond fortune telling.”

It’s ok if you don’t want to be a “boss witch.”

Introducing hermeticism.

Bathing with sigils. Why not? Also check out “Sigil magick: Down and dirty,” by Donyae Coles.

Dudes, witches aren’t the reason for hauntings. Well, not the only reason.

Elemental assignments for geomantic figures.

How to make a vision board.

A spell for the dark moon in Capricorn.

This post on the evolution of a ritual space is lovely to see.

Aaron Leitch on the grimoire traditions.

On the despherification of the sephiroth.

Spirituality linkage

A new Women’s March is being planned, and Pagans are ready.

Devotion may demand precision and excellence.

On World Trees and their roots.

Occulture linkage

Nema has died. Here is Jason Miller’s eulogy.

There’s a new self-published novel about Aleister Crowley, called The Resurrection of Mr Crowley, by Derek Toms.

Dale Pendell has died. Here is Gyrus’ eulogy.

Lilith Dorsey interviews Skye Alexander.

Mental health and ancient landscapes.

The Theosophical Society has uploaded documentaries and archival footage to their YouTube account, making it freely available.

Lois Bourne has died.

Reviews linkage

The Darkening Age: The Christian Destruction of the Classical World reviewed.

A review of Plants of the Devil.

Trance Journeys of the Hunter-Gatherers reviewed.

A review of Canidia, Rome’s First Witch.

Old Style Conjure reviewed.

A review of East Anglian Witches and Wizards.

So, there’s a new play titled Wicked Pagan Gays by playwright Jeff Dinnell that will open 23 February 22018 at The Zephyr Theatre in New York. If you’re in New York, and would like to cover it for Spiral Nature Magazine, please get in touch.

Bonus linkage

Yes, of course there were queer and proto-trans people in ancient Rome.

Also, check out this awesome round up of 17 beautiful Indigenous comic books and video games for kids.